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I consider muesli to be a regular part of my breakfast. It was not too long ago that I stumbled on the benefits of eating muesli on the internet, and it turned me into a fan of preparing and eating gluten free muesli. I generally shop for gluten-free muesli in bulk

from a bulk store in Melbourne, so it makes it easy for me to prepare toasted muesli and organic muesli easily. As a health conscious person, I like to research on what I would eat, and my research on the benefits of eating muesli has inspired me to eat paleo muesli

on a regular basis. I have stored my toasted muesli in an airtight container, and I simply eat my breakfast with a glass of milk or juice, and it makes me full until lunch time. However, I also eat my organic muesli with frozen yogurt or fruit yogurt to bring more variety to my breakfast. I have compiled the list of gluten-free muesli recipes, which takes no more than 15 minutes to prepare.

Recipe 1

This light and nutty gluten-free muesli takes all of about 15 minutes to make, and it is considerably cheaper than buying gluten-free muesli from the shelves. I use the following ingredients to prepare the recipe:

Ingredients

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Instructions

  1. To prepare the recipe, the heat the oven up to 180 degree Celsius then, I line the oven tray with a baking paper.
  2. I combine the macadamia oil, cinnamon, vanilla, maple syrup, and honey together in a small pot, and I stir it on low heat until it has melted.
  3. Then, I mix the melted mixture with the sunflower seeds, nuts

    , pumpkin seeds, rice puffs, and quinoa puff together.
  4. I transfer the mixture to a lined oven tray, and I allow it to bake for 8 to 10 minutes. I also like to toss the mixtures to distribute the heat evenly.
  5. I remove the mixture from the heat, and I allow it to cool. Then, I store it in an airtight container, and serve it to myself for breakfast each morning.

Recipe 2

Instructions

  1. I take the ingredients in a large-sized bowl, and I mix them well.
  2. I store it in an airtight container for the preservation of the muesli
  3. To serve the paleo muesli, I serve it with chilled coconut drinking milk or unsweetened almond milk.
  4. I also like to add fresh berries, diced bananas, and cubed apple to my recipe to make it more wholesome

Recipe 3

I usually like to play with my ingredients to prepare a healthy variant of organic muesli

each time, such as:

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. I usually place all the ingredients in a large bowl, and I use a plastic spatula to mix the ingredients well.
  2. Then, I store the prepared muesli in an airtight container, and leave it in the refrigerator

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Recipe 4

If I feel too occupied with my daily responsibilities, I resort to using the following ingredients and recipe to prepare muesli.

Ingredients

Optional

Instructions

  1. I mix all the ingredients together, and I let the ingredients stand for 30 minutes for absorbing the liquids.
  2. I serve the muesli to myself for breakfasts.

 

Wrap Up

Those were some simple and easy recipes to prepare gluten free muesli without having to break a sweat. These recipes are not only healthy but they are also equally delectable. If you have been looking for healthy recipes to include your diet, you cannot go wrong with the options we have listed in this blog post. As far as buying fresh ingredients is concerned, you can always trust a bulk food store

such as Graina. The store offers fresh ingredients in bulk, letting you save big without having to compromise on quality.

Muesli is a combination of nuts, seeds, dried fruits, superfoods, and fruits, all of which are available at Graina bulk food store. Muesli could be consumed as it is or, it could be mixed with yoghurt or milk (including nut mylk) to make a perfect and wholesome breakfast. Organic muesli
comprises several ingredients, and you can also make your own version of muesli by combining your favorite edibles in it. It primarily consists of dried fruits, nuts, grains, legume, and oats, and you can also add a hint of yogurt to make it a wholesome edible for your family and you.

If you are wondering if you might have seen gluten-free muesli before in another composition, you might be thinking about granola, which certainly shares similarities with muesli; however, it is unnatural as opposed to organic muesli. Both meals contain fruits, seeds, nuts, and grains, and both edibles could be combined with yogurt or milk. However, granola contains high levels of fat and sugar and low level of fibers in it, which could be detrimental to your health.

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Granola contains a rich profile of calories which is ideal for people who are trying to put on weight. On the contrary, the composition of gluten-free muesli is organic and natural, and it does not contain any trace of cholesterol and calories in it. It does contain high levels of proteins, zinc, iron, vitamins, folate, and much more, which are required for the promotion of healthiness in your body.

Why Make Gluten Free Muesli Meal?

If you are considering buying organic muesli

from stores, they are more likely to be packed in a container and they might have been processed or manipulated to enhance their freshness. While muesli is organic in nature, the packed muesli does not guarantee the organic-ness of the meal in any way, and it persuades you to prepare your muesli at home.

Readymade muesli is more likely to be roasted or toasted, which might alter its nutritional profile. In addition, the food processing companies are more likely to add sweeteners to the gluten-free muesli which might just be a no-no for you.

To make your own version of gluten-free muesli, you are required to buy organic fruits, nuts, seeds, and anything that you would like to add in your recipe, and you can also adjust the preferences of your muesli to it being sugar-free, nut-free, and most importantly—gluten free!

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Once you have acquired your desired ingredients, you can chop them according to your preference and add a natural sweetener to neutralize the bitterness of certain ingredients incorporated into the meals.  You can follow the following meals to prepare your own version of gluten-free muesli.

Cereals, Grains and Groats

 

Method

Take a large sized bowl and mix the corresponding ingredients to it. Add a handful of each ingredient and add a dash of natural sweetener to add a touch of flavor to it. Store it in an air-tight container and serve it with milk or yogurt.

Gluten Free Grains

 

Method

Take a large sized bowl and mix the corresponding ingredients to it. Add a handful of each ingredient and add a dash of natural sweetener to add a touch of flavor to it. Store it in an air-tight container and serve it with milk or yogurt.

Note:
Before you consider making your versions of gluten-free muesli, you should consider soaking certain ingredients like rye, wheat berries, bulgur, and whole grains overnight to make sure that they are grounded well and finely for your recipe.

Wrap Up

The consumption of gluten-free muesli

has become a favorite among the people of Melbourne, and they like to gulp down a cup of milk with a moderate amount of muesli before they start their day. If you also want to make gluten free muesli for your loved ones and yourself, you can get all the necessary ingredients at Graina bulk food store

. Explore our product range to buy everything you may need to prepare healthy happy meals! If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to connect with our support desk.

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